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Marantz Pro Sound Shield

Portable Recording Sound Wall / Reflection Filter for Microphones

  • Reduces the intake of unwanted noise such as echoes and space reflections
  • Usable on a table or on a commercially available microphone stand
  • Professional pyramidal EVA acoustic foam
  • Dimensions: 439 x 323 x 381 mm (open), 399 x 203 x 381 mm (folded)
  • Weight: 3 kg

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Type Mic Stand Absorber

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High quality but very heavy
Swords, 28.12.2020
Beautiful and high quality shield, worth its price! FEels look. I must admit that the info in the manual not very clear..It was a pain to really figure it out..how to install and what is what..

IN the end of the day I got it working..But the thing is you must have proper, better with heavy and thick pipe mic.stand. Otherwise it wont just stand, it will fall off.

I got proel professional mic stand, its made for open airs and heavy winds..Its really heavy abt 8-12 kg and even it is not meant for this shield + condenser and pop filter for ex..Its loss..and not stable..Because when you try to make the stand taller ( upon 180 cm + ) for tall people..It becomes really unstable..Yes it holds it..but if you accidentally move it or something..it will fell down..

The best option to figure out exactly which microphone stand you need to purchase before you get this!

And yes it works really good, does the job!
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Carol Anne, 17.10.2020
I've been using this for recording at home in a not very well treated room. It has made a noticeable difference with the recordings.

It is heavy but it's well built and sturdy. You will need a strong microphone stand.
I removed the side panels when recording guitar so that I could get closer to the mic (make sure you take note of how they attach).

It's a pity that there is not the option to move the microphone holder bar up and down so that you can position the microphone better.

However, this is not too much of an issue.
Overall I am pleased with the purchase and I would recommend this to anyone who wants to get a better quality recording.
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Dannyboom, 26.10.2017
This product is very good, it does exactly what it says on the tin. Its larger than you might think also which is only beneficial. The only thing with this shield is the hight of the cradle holder. Its pretty high which means depending on the type of microphone you are using (for example the Rode NT1) the diaphragm of the mic might not be in the centre of the shield and might end up being about 2 inches from the top of the shield. I ended up having to bend the bar that holds the mic cradle so that the diaphragm would be in the centre of the shield. Other than this, it is A1. It also folds up neatly too. Would definitely recommend this though for the likes of home recording especially.
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Good quality, not well-balanced stand.
Stratos T., 14.07.2021
Good quality, although quite heavy, so it's hard to use when you need to pack it after each recording and then place it back on the table for the next one (using it for podcasting and basic audio recording).

The main problem though, when used on the desktop, is that is not well-balanced. So, when you mount a mic like the Blue Yeti, which may be heavier than the average, the whole thing tends to lean forward and fall! So, I had to hack my way around this, adding two extra pads underneath.
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